How to use Xanax
You need to read the medication guide given by your pharmacist prior to taking Xanax and each time
you refill. You need to take this medicine orally or as directed by your physician. Dosage is based on
your medical condition, response to the treatment and age. You need to increase the dose gradually
so that the dose starts working well. The drug should be used under the prescription of doctor only.
The medication may cause withdrawal reactions, if you use it regularly for a long time in high doses. If
you stop using this medicine all of sudden you will have a number of withdrawal reactions. To prevent
these withdrawal reactions, you need to consult your doctor for the correct dose.
The medication can result in addiction. The risk will grow higher if you have substance use disorder (if
you are addicted to alcohol or drugs). You need to take this medication exactly as prescribed to lower
risk of addiction. You should not crush, break, chew or break the extended release form of the tablet.
Swallow the tablet as a whole.
Other Information about Xanax
Xanax should be used when you have narrow-angle glaucoma, if you are taking ketoconazole,
itraconazole or if you are allergic to the Xanax or similar medicines like Atvian, Tranxene and Valium
etc. You should not use Xanax if you are pregnant as this medicine can cause life-threatening
withdrawal symptoms or birth defects in the fetus. The drug is habit-forming and any overdose of it
can prove to be dangerous. You should not take this drug with alcohol as it can increase the effects of
alcohol. You should not use the medicine for a long-term without the consultation of doctor